Empire of Sand by Tasha Suri. Review

Thank you to Netgalley, Tasha Suri and Little Brown Book Group for my ARC of Empire of Sand. If you're a lover of Asian inspired fantasy, set in deserts with magical creatures, myths, legends, good vs evil and a passionate and fierce female lead character, then Empire of Sand is the book for you. Mehr … Continue reading Empire of Sand by Tasha Suri. Review

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A Cold Legacy by Megan Shepherd. Review

This is the third and final book in The Madman's Daughter series by Megan Shepherd. No spoilers for this book but there is a few for books one and two. After the deaths of some of the King's Men, Juliet, Montgomery, Lucy and Balthazar have flown the city for the safety of Elizabeth Von Stein's … Continue reading A Cold Legacy by Megan Shepherd. Review

Her Dark Curiosity by Megan Shepherd. Review

This is the second book in Megan Shepherd's The Madman's Daughter series. Therefore there will be a few spoilers for book one but none for this book! Juliet left her father's island on the biggest cliffhanger. After declaring her love for Montgomery, he told her the island needed him more and pushed her away, alone, … Continue reading Her Dark Curiosity by Megan Shepherd. Review

The Ash & Quill Candles Guide to Book Lover Christmas Gifts

I thought I'd put a little guide together for Christmas present ideas for the book lovers in your life. This is mainly a guide for candles with my business Ash & Quill Candles but I'll also include some of my favourite bookish makers too. So first up. What candles are ideal Christmas presents for the … Continue reading The Ash & Quill Candles Guide to Book Lover Christmas Gifts

The Witches of St Petersburg by Imogen Edwards-Jones. Review

Thank you to Netgalley, Imogen Edwards-Jones and Head of Zeus for my arc of The Witches of St Petersburg. Without sounding truly horrible, what can I say about this book without starting with 'what a mess'. I hate writing bad reviews but I have tried my very best to like this book. I got as … Continue reading The Witches of St Petersburg by Imogen Edwards-Jones. Review